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TUB most powerful dlrlglblo balloon
coBBfully not long ngo at llcrlln.
crow nnd passengers. One of Ub flrat
Bishop of Salisbury Says City Is
Still Smacks of Frontier and Has Not
.Acquired Enourjh Civilization to
Make People Calculating In
Chicago. Chicago Is not Christian
It Is Athenian, although dollar
worship Is less evident hero than In
New York or Washington.
It bns not yet gathered sufficient
veneer of civilization to make it cal
culating in Us kindliness.
It still smacks of tho frontier, al
though Its opera Is crowded, Its art
gallery has more interested observers
than ever woro seen in London, and It
has ono of the most wondorful of uni
versities. And one comes to Chicago to learn
tho mightiness of man.
So concluded tho bishop of Salis
bury, from observations taken in this
city, covering a period of several
weeks. At least Chlcagoans who havo
been reading tho keon nnd, on tho
whole, sympathetic criticisms of Chi
cago and American life that aro ap
pearing in tho London Church Times,
nnd aro tho frankest discussion of
America from n distinguished foreign
pr's viewpoint since Charles DlckenH
wrote his American Notes, believe tho
anonymous crltlo.to bo tho English
bishop. If It is not tho bishop, it Is
some ono who camo at tho same tlmo,
nnd did many of tho samd things tho
bishop did, clergy at tho Kplscopul
Tho writer of these criticisms lived
at a Michigan avenuo hotel, visited the
University of Chicago and described
tho services nt an unnamed fashion
nble church which many aro certain
they recognize as Graco church, whore
tho bishop delivered his lectures in
December. Tho fact is known, It wns
added, that the bishop wroto extenBlvo
comments on his visit hero.
"I found tho greatest surprises of
my American visit in Chicago and
Pittsburg." says tho Itltcr. "Tho Chi
cago of Mr, Stead's dreams is not the
true Chicago. I had expected a hideous
city; I found a city of promise. I had
expected sordldness of aim; I found
readiness to nppreclato literaturo and
art, generou3-mlndedncBs In criticism
and n deslro for the sweeter things of
life. Chicago gives one tho lmpres
slon of frontlorisra. Not yet Is it set
tled dawn. Some day they will tear
down tho hideous 'loop' elovated and
make a center for comraorco worthy
of tho vast enterprise. Then Chicago
will bogln to show the world what a
city can be.
"Her university is most wonderful
of all. UoyB and girls crowd tho lec
ture-rooms; experiment in psycho
physics aro fronted as intimately 1m
portant affairs, and aro not relegated
to back rooms for Isolated research
students. Economics draws thom In
hundreds, and at close quarters tho
respect which an Englishman has for
Chicago's work In sociology Is vastly
"And as Chicago is open-minded, so
Is It opon-hearted, Such charities t
HmMi hnnnrilnKR trlvlnc in tho vorv
Btreets! Such a passlonato desire 4
give tho poor children a Santa Claus
on Chrlstmaa rooming. There are
verses and pictures In the pnpers, all
pleading tho same good cause. It Is
cold by Lake Michigan today, Thoro
aro pillars of Ico within a few yards
of my hotel. There is a heavy fall of
snow. Dut Chicago hearts are win
somely warm. Not yet havo they guth
ered sufficient of tho veneer of civil
Izatlon to mnko them deliberate In
their lovo of their follows, or to keep
-t V V VII 4 r f r ' v - ' - - - - ' - - II 111 C" rV. -" J w V,
fc. XI eVl 111 1 i
built up to dato Is tho Slomens-Schmuckert, which mndo Its trlnl trip sue-;'
It Is 1,000 moteru'long nnd has four motors and thrco gondolas for carrying'
trlpo It carried twolvo mon.
them calculating In their kindliness.
"I could wish It woro n Christian
Chicago also. It Is so Athenian, so
wclcomcly Athenian, so anxious not
to overlook any deity whatever. But
that Is not sufficient. Chicago needs,
more even than Now York, tho rigor
4t discipline. HcraIs a fashlonablo
church. It Is well attondod. It Is
'ablaze, with organization. It hd? ac
complished so much that tho tempta
tion to deify humanity must come
very near to it. There Jb no Cod In
MASONRY MAKES LARGE GAIN
8eventy-One New Lodges Are Organ
ized In England During the Year
London. Freemasonry Is inaklntr
steady progress In England. Last year
71 now lodgeB woro added to tho list,
compared with an average of 70 for tho
last five years, and C5 for tho last ten,
while if tho total of tho last 4.7 years Is
taken Into consideration that Is to
say, tho period slnco tho last' closing
up of tho register tho returns show
2,600 now lodges created, an averago of
D3 per annum on tho period.
Tho growth of recent years, nn aver-
ago (lncreaBO of CO per annum on tho
last ton, Is qulta consistent with the
progress of tho order, although It may
appear small In comparison, with past
periods, for tho reason that lately tho
now lodges havo been more confined
to tho homo districts than formerly, by
reason of tho establishment of Inde
pendent grand lodges In many of tho
Future of Agricultural Industry De
pends on Better Methods In Rural
Chicngoi Tho future of tho farm
ing industry In tho United StatCB de
pends on renovation Improvement
nnd bettor methods in tho rural
schools of tho country, according to
Prof. O. H. BcnBon, former county su
perintendent of Bchools In Iowa, and
rocontly appointed head of tho bureau
of plant industry of tho department
Professor Benson In a strong ad
dress showing tho vital relationship
of the rural school to tho question of
ngrlculturo, homo economics and tho
keoplng of the boy "on tho farm," sus
tained tho interpst of 200 grain men
present at tho opening session of tho
Council of North America Grain lux
changes, hold hero tho other day.
Questions anent tho grain situation,
tho betterment of crops nnd tho scien
tific elements of farming wero taken
up by tho association. In speaking
of tho relation of school to farming.
Professor Benson said:
"Unless tho rural schools aro Im
proved and now methods touching
farm lifo taught, instond of cubo root
methods, tho growing boy will bo dis
contented with his life. Ho will look
upon tho farmer as a type of peasant
Tho method of education will measure
tho amount of cereal progress In this
"The girls also aro discontented.
Tho tendency Is to seek city llfo.
That la tho danger nnd mcnaco to our
farming industry. Placo in your rural
school teachers who will teach farm
ing, make it attractlvo and valuablo,
Interest tho pupils, and tho crops will
bo Increased threotold In an amazing
ly short time.
"Threo years ago I raado somo ata
tlstlcs among schools in my district
In Iowa. Out of 164 boys I found that
1C7 of them, all sons of farmers, had
decided not to follow farming, but to
colonlos, and tho consequent discon
tinuance of new creations from tho
homo authority, nB was tho c'aso whan
all parts of tho empire woro Maeonlcal
ly supervised by tho constitutions of
England, Ireland and Scotland,
Of tho 71 now lodges warranted dur
ing tho last year, London accounts for
ten. Chcshlro soven, Northumberland
and East LatlcaBhlro four oaoh, West
Lancashlro and Warwickshire threo
each, Leicestershire, Surroy, Kent and
West Yorkshiro two each, white slnglo
lodges havo been created In a number
London is now accredited with 1,071
lodges, the provlncos with 1,055, and
foreign stations with 027, tho remain
ing '540 odd numbered on tho register
bolng accounted for by transfers to In
dopendout grand lodges, erasures and
lapses slnco tho last closing up of the,
Carborundum Used In Building.
Paris. A flight of stairs has been
erected in this city over which 14,000,
000 persons havo shuffled without so
much ns scratching tho surface Thcso
steps aro almost as lmporlsljablo ' an
it they had beou built of hugo dia
monds, for in the concrete of which
they aro constructed a gcnerouB por
tion of carborundum has been intro
duced, and elncQ carborundum is al
most ns hard as tho diamond it has
given tho concreto a wearing quality
which no tnarblo or granlto could pos
Dlggest Liner Is Begun.
Brown & Co. of Clydebank hnvo laid
tho keel for tho immenso stcamct
planned for tho Cunnrd Steamship com
pany. Tho Btoamor will bo called the
Aqultanla, and will bo of 50,000 tons,
1,000 feet long and her engines will da
velop 90,000-horso powor.
on the Farm
go to the city and tnko up a profes
sion. Later, nfter educational Inno
vations, and instructing tho toachcrs
in methods of teaching ngrlculturo, I
took another votti., I found that out of
174 boys, 102 had decided to bo farm
ers. That shows how education will
save your grain and your farm llfo."
Professor Benson also deplored tho
lack of entertaining and instructive
lltoraturb dealing with farm probloms
and farm life. Ho Btated that tho fact
that tho most of present-day litera
turo doalt with urban lifo was re
sponsible for the doparturo of many
fnrm children to tho congested cit
ies. ODD PROPOSALS OF MARRIAGE
German Statistician Collects Figures
Showing How Swains Act at
Berlin. A Germnn statistician has
calculated that In tho caso of propos
als of marrlago 26 per cont. of tho
suitors pross tho hand of their bo
lovod, 24 per cent, concludo their
speech with an embrace, fdur per
cont. kiss tho hair, two por cent, kiss
tho hand, two por cent fall on tholr
knees, and 20 per cent, swallow nerv
ously beforo they declaro tholr pas
. Ten per cont. open nnd cIobo tholr
mouth without being nblo to utter a
slnglo word, and two por cent, mako
their proposal whllo standing 'on one
With regard to tho women, on tho
other hand, 60 per cont sink help
less into tho lover's arms, for whoso
proposal thoy havo been wnlting; 20
por cent, mush and hldo their faces:
ono por cent swoon away, four per
cont aro genuinely amazed, 14 por
cont gnzo suontly into tho suitor's
eyes, and ono per cent, run away to
ion a girl friend.
RAILROAD MAN WRITES
In 1903 and 1P0 1, I was a tcrrlblo suf
ferer for about live months with kidney
nnd bladder trouble I could not sleep
nights and was obliged to get up ten or
fifteen times to urinate. I passed mucus
nd blood continually. Ono doctor said I
was going into consumption and gave mo
up to die. Had two other doctors but re
ceived no help from either of them and
am suro I would havo been in my grave
had I tint icon your advertisement In tho
"Dally Eagle Star." After taking several
battles of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot I was
In the last two years I have been a
railroad fircmnn and havo passed two ex
aminations for my kidneys successfully, so
that I know that Iny kidneys aro in ex
cellcnt condition now as a result of your
great preparation) SvniiiuUmt.
Yours very truly,
1123 Mary Ft.
Personally appeared beforo mo this 25th
of September, 1009, Gcorgo Kcnilcr, who
subscribed tho abovo statement and made
oath that tho samo is true in substance
and in fact.
Door County, Wis,
Pis Klliatf A r.
IUffcnl, X. T.
rrove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghsm
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convlnco anyone. You will' also receive
a booklet of valuablo Information, telling
all 'about tho kidncyn and bladder. When
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For sale at all drug stores. Prlco fifty-
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Exhorting the Ducks.
There aro two tiny boys In this
town whoso mother sings often to
them at their roquest, nnd as sho Is
nn ardent church woman, tho children
hear ns many hymns as anything elso.
Tho other dny they woro playing with
their wooden ducks In tho bathtub,
and strangely enough tho ducks woro
mora Inclined to lloat Bldoways than
in tho approved manner. After sov-
oral attempts to keep tho misguided
ducks straight tho oldor boy shouted:
"Stand up, duck, stand up." Then
two-year-old, noting tho tfnmlllar
phrase, leaned over tho tub nnd ox
hortod: '"Tand up, duckl 'Tand up
Seven Pensioners In One Family.
Seven brothers and seven sisters
living In Koulshnm, England, and tho
adjacont parishes aro rccolvlng old
ago pensions. Tho oldest of tho soven
Is eighty and tho yoingost soventy
ono. Their united ages total 530
years. Tholr father waB Philip Lam
bert, a carrier between Foulsham nnd
Norwich, who had a family of 10, nil
born in Foulsham and of "whom lliuro
Plenty of Tlmo to Fatten Up,
Cheerful Old Idiot I sny, you'll ox
cubo mo, but d'you know that you aro
tho thinnest policeman l'vo ovor seonT
Robert Yes. I'm n now hand, and
haven't got to know tho cooks yot
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A man who thinks his work Is worth
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and often effect complcto cures where oth
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And tho man who Is driven to drink
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MKNT fail! to cure nnr, raw of Itching, .mind,
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How a married mnri doesn't enjoy
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Mrs. Wlnslow'H Soothing flrrttp for Children
teething, softena tho ruuib, reduceit Inflamma
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It's nn easy matter for a married
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Garfield Tea is Nature's laxative and
blood purifier! it overcomes constipation
ana us many attendant ailments.
Her savings are Uio saving of many
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Do many of the tils of women are duo
to habitual constipation, probably bo
rauso of tlielr falsa modesty on tho sub
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tng the bowels open. It. la always impor
tant to do that, rcsrardlosn of tho sex, but
It Is especially Important In women.
From tlio ttmo tlio elrl begins to men
struate until menstruation ceases she has
always vastly batter prospects of comlnir
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ion, headaches, botching gas and , other
symptoms of Indigestion nnd constipation,
take a small doso of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
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Mpr. -Honovhlnl Hut. niekov. dear.
tho flat Is so tiny. Why, Iro windows
nro Bp Binall a mouuo couldn't crawl
Mrs. Honoyblrd That Ib all tho hot
ter, denr. When poverty cdmca In
lovo can't fly through tho window.
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IMNIv EYE. and tlio liko anions hortuMi
Of till aces, and prevents all others in the
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Any good druggUt can supply you, or send
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Of rocamponno ho found n dearth,
Save In tho truthful claim that ho
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It's oasy for a protty young widow
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Garfield Tea corrects constipation,
cleanses the system .and purifies the blood.
Good health (s maintained by its uio,
Tho chap who gots a freo rldo In n
patrol wagon Isn't carried away with
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Tho blood Is Impure and Impoverished
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is always good reason ior the discouragement. Years of
pain and suffering. Doctor after doctor tried in Vain.
Medicines doing too Issting good. It is bo wonder that
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TO $60 -ACRE
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WlioHf, Out .itutt . lliirlov,
ai welt as cattlo ntalov, afo
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ra thn nnunilAiil crnna nt
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bat the number or aottlura
ii tveatern unnaua irom
II M If. M. wm t() llnl- Runt
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Many farniur Iittve paid
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Vreo Ifptnoatenua of 1GO
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